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Night, and the moon!. My neighbor, playing on his flute -. out of tune!. Kójó.
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out of tune! Kójó
Haiku are extremely short poems written in 17 syllables or fewer, often (but not necessarily) arranged in three lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables each. Haiku make use of concrete imagery or sensations, not abstractions or metaphors, and are often (though not always) concerned with the natural world.